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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 March 1901

I 4 tf? rr xs ? X; " K ft 1 a. i I N F I t .'-- yOCKQQOOQGGCKGXKKGGGG KID 6x1 No cracking, no drawing to the feet; very soft, and easily conforming. Hanan's are the only people making, these goods. A long-felt want supplied. Mclnertif s E $yyyyyyyyyyrOQ000QQyyyO JUST TO HAND. .A HANDSOME LINE OF. Ladiesj Knox Pelt Hats New Sailor Eats New Matinee Hats -WE ABE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FASHION GOODS By every steamer. You can't go wrong or be t out df style when purchasing of us. The M. E. Killean Co, Ltd. Arlington Block. Hotel Street. A A jHfe" The New SiWititt fir Print Lfttiw. drOELEQflNT DRESS ....SHOE.... Shoe Store AGENTS IMPORT CO. port Street. OPPORTUNITIES! week. Read this advertisement will notice genuine reductions following lines of goods: AH Wool Cashmere, 36-inch. Tan and Pink, formerly sold at 50 cents per yard. Now 25 cents per yard. Big Cut in Crashes. All our 20c and 25c goods to be at sola at one price. 12 cents per yard. Ladles' Collarettes. Regular 75c, 50c, 35c and 2...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 March 1901

i J U i ' I 1 -., 3W MENT LITERATURE. 1 Delegate Wilcox Has Only to Touch the Button Some Statistics of Quantity Bulletins. and Cost of Farmers' ' Unless all signs fall the Territorvof Ilau-ail is destined soon to receive its iuU quota of printed matter Including 1 ificuments issued oy tne ueparunent f t Asrlculture at Washington. Since feeing onrollwl under the banner of the Stars and Stripes the island farmer, is now In line for the prescribed I aDotment of Farmers' Bulletins, vMch cover c vlUc rass cf tuples, and are written by the &est and most" thoroughly posted exports !a tic faited Slites. This territory now having a delegate m the ground, the securing of many ifch class publications dealing with agricultural pursuits can be accom jillshcsl without much trouble to the applicant. Under the ordinary method iXilegato Wilcox has onlj to submit . -s, af the -department, and the desired In- fthe department, and the desired information will be forthcoming. As an Indication of th...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 March 1901

) i ih n s. f '-""" " " ----s.- '.3$?S?r?p.y v s . TraPt4Tt"l?tir1TEi?v . 'itV -.- - srxMi -.- -- - --.. - .j, w V",- x;K- REPUBLICAN. TEHPIGES TJLUME IT, NO. 233 HONOLULU. H. T, SUNDAY. MARCH 10. 1901 ERTJE TVE CENTS BEPUBLEC&fl PiRTT BEIIG LED 10 11 Such, the View of Member of Executive Committee. BROWN PLAYING POOR POLITICS STEWART' TALKS 'OF .THE WORK OF THE1 fr SENATE. Republican Member Should Accept the Situation and Make the Mott of It Governor Dole's Actions Those of a "Peanut Politician." That the action of three of the republican members of the Senate who have been playing the part of obstructionists is not meeting the approval of the party workers is shown by the comments made upon the street by earnest republicans, some of them membors of the executive committee. Knowing this fact a reporter of The Republican yesterday askeu T. Mc-Cants Stewart, a member of the ex-. !Kaitive committee, and one of the most active republican workers of the Territory, what he thought of...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 March 1901

- v 1. THE HONOLULU REPUBLIC JXDAY, JMAKCH fCSOtf . t the flagship of the YESTERDAY arrived ia -good time from Hilo. KInau day Is always Interesting, whether for arrival or departure. The steamer brought a good list of passengers and a fair general cargo but no sugar. Notice to Pilots. The following notice has oeen sent to all pilots and "masters, authorized to take vessels from Honolul uto sea and return, by Superintendent of Public Works J. A. McCandless. "The following lights shall be exhibited Hn the channel from and-after this date when large steamers wish to enter or to leave the harbor of Honolulu at night "A vessel approaching the harbor will find a plain white light on one or all of the four red on the starboard side, commencing with the mid-channel, or outer buoy. On the port sldo, one red. or two red lights close togothor, on the black and white can buoy, with a staff and a utsc on It, and a green light on the seventh, or sixth, counting from the lighthouse out At times, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 March 1901

.1 ' ' . Hi VavvV ' FM BK 9 00 00 00 0 m 00 g0 m m ibut -- - - - jfcygP F. O. BOX, 4i. -two INVINCIBLE ii Hi are the best fc )i to to to to a to. to to SUPPLIES obtainable, and are sold at most moderate prices. Whatever variety of supplies you wish, you will find it here, embodying the sterling qualities of re- liability, convenience and economy. UNITED TYPEWRITER AND SUPPLIES CO. 327 Morigomtry Street, San mncheo, CL to to The Hawaiian to h Sole Agents -:- "' 3i aj Ns j B a V22 gtgt 0 0 tKfB? -" -Sf 0 " . . O' A- SUBSET- 3S , A(oGDEN& SHASTA 3 y IS THE Pioneer Traiiscoiitiiiental Railway 0F THE m?i w a m i, V X. OF AMERICA -' '" 7 w TYPEWRITER 9 9 s'" 9) 9 9) m 9) 9) 9 News So,, Ltd. 9 9 Hawaiian Islands. M J - J-a k. - J0M 0 M0 0 0 00 40 0 0 TilE ONLY THfiOU&H OCEAN TO OCEAN LINE ACROSS THE UNITED STATES UNDER ONE UANftCEMENT 8,000 Miles of Railway and 3,500 Miles of Steamship Lines OPERATED BETWEEN SAX ERAXCISCO the Amer,n Gateway of the Pacific, NEW YORK CITY the Atlanti...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 March 1901

, 0. r FREE SOIL, FREE HOMES. 10, 1901- ..PUBLiAN PARTY, the political party THE except during eight years, has been In since 1S61, and is given a new lease of life for four years more, has for Its two principal cornerstones, Free Soil and Free Homes. In IS 52 and in the city of Pittsburg, was initiated the platform of the Free Soil party, the party that w as the real origin of the Republican party- The two following paragraphs were contained in that platform: . 11 "That all mcn have a natural right to a portion of the soil; and that as the use of the soil Is Indispensable to life, the right of all men to the soil is as sacred as their right to life Itself." "12 That the public lands of the United States belong to the people and should not be sold to Individuals nor granted to corporations, but should be held as a sacred trust for the benefit of the people and should be granted in limited quantities, free of cost, to landless settlers." In i860 the Republican platform more broadly e...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 March 1901

..4 l A "" ;-v? - ., -1 -T - ions . SQSfETrKES wish that HoaOlalx -feds atid matrons were not rso l&efSe to see their cases ra prist, t do not Quite understand howjjt is, it the things said axe i rising and who could write of the society women here, for they are almost without exception simply charming. It would make matters much less difficult if iher were more like their sisters in other cities and towns. It is really quite a perplexing task to write of the different functions without offending some sensitive soul, and it is no use to assure them that the highest component is meant. They one and all eiclaia: "Oh. don't nut It in the papers! and I say, "What can a poor fellow do?" i alur with what presumably was the and add the chorus as welL No mat-i man of her choice. Before the how fervently I wish to say what Ually happy day arrived, however, a a lovely woman .Mrs. A. is, I must re-' military cousin came upon the scene frain. for Bhe. does not JikeUt and Is and succeeded In...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 March 1901

k I i in N . ro ,,..,, mwmK.BpuivUiHlWl.iB when i take aim there, or if he bought a ticket ialas ' at'wte iestiaaUoa." ' - - Aboat this time there wa a4 a cnrsrd 01 tne whites asaoag the ship's crew feasted p coXa the body of the dead Chinaman In it 11 Tras srasyea ajong me aecK aBlf aoistea bb ana put ih: oe .01 the life boats. -where it remained dafTag the balance of 'thVdeirsey. r "Why Soot tie aea help is jralHag the coSa of the hold aai attlsg it Li the beat" asked the passenger: "Those ielkrsrsr dea&xuied the mate, potstisg to bis Cilaese crew; "you coaWa't hire a Chinaman to touch a dead body unless that Ttas his regular business. ,The Chinese T?ho handle the .dead are looked on as outcasts by the other Chinamen.' It is a law in China, that no -under taker or a descendant -of .an under taker to. the fourth generation, shall hold public bSce. In this undertakers are put on the same plane "Kith, barbers, I actors and prostitutes. One of the most essential things for a man i...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 March 1901

i 4 ffrjyyjjyf v. .'I ZzSDrFFJ&l 5 - .V tf. . r 5 cS& . jpiv ' .t" jj. vTV Vt"V " (f (t ( - 4 PjP.93N&M0P0m& 1901 "XTStfBTICLES TO CHOOSE FRQXSftttEX LOOKING jjj FOR SOMKWISG - t ' ViUUU IV nave jnst receiv&I some fine lines 'of .... E FRUITS, VEGETABLES; 'GAME Also a fall line of KEATS, FISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. HOTEL STBEET, KEAB. FOBT V Salter &Waity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. MWMMMM r ry,y4rrrrrrr YftiiMakeAfciteofUs ft fc i DURING THE MONTH OF MH PROFITS WILL BE LOST SIGHT OF. ... . You don't need to buy unless you want to but we know you will want to when you see the goods and the small prices to them. In order to keep business humming during March we are making sensational prices on all Men's and Boy's clothing, Hats and Gents' Furnishings. THE HUB CLOTHING HOUSE, i Hotel Street, near Fort. Wt S S & tf S Jfi .S .S V 0 V 0 0 V 0 K V W V W W V. f. r, '. SOME PEOPLE ASK WHAT IS THIS ai iiini nin 99 AliAblU THEY, SEE ADVERTISED SO MUCH 11...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 March 1901

5 it : iZl &-! a-, 3 XSGHT THE HONOLULU UEPGBLTC5X, SUNBSY, MARCH io igw. v , 111 WOULD CUT OFF 1 RUMIM BIHD (Continued from First Page.) ' "Complete information as to length, sesai. size and capacity of drainage system and connections for surface dbralnage Including expenditures to Tie questions will be presented to Hte proper officer and report on same 6.UL be returned as soon as the Super jcxKcrfect of Public Works has had an pportanlty to reply. Tfce rest of the session was very sleepy, la the first place the House cx tfavr to come to order, then the Txcmxtcs of the session of the day be fore were seemingly interminable an1 the translation even more so. TVhen Obt reading- had been finally finished Dicki3y went Into a fine metaphysical (iiaenssloa as to the merits of baring "kis connection with the Maul appropriation bill more fully set out In the nes. It was obvious that he was politics and the members all knew St, but they were minded to allow him la have his way because th...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 March 1901

':1 I' 3 XMOOOQOGQbOQ&tti h t a ;& 1 N I A Nl SN &. ftl . x w 1 8 O L VfcF?3Bfc i .v s n sr 1 KID No cracking-, no drawing easily conforming. Hanan's are the only people making these goods. A long-felt want supplied. VVGlnertiy's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS JUST TO HAND. ....A HANDSOME LINE OF.... Ladies' Knox Felt Hats v - 1 New Bailor Hats New Matinee Hats -WE ABE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FASHION GOODS By every steamer. You can't, go wrong or. be I out of style when purchasing of us. Eie M. E. KiUean Co., Ltd. Arlington Block. Hotel .Street, PACIFIC IMPOST CO. Progress Bloek, port Street. GREAT f At our store this week. Read this advertisement carefully and you will notice genuine reductions in prices on the following lines of goods:- Silk Mull. 40inch French Silk Mull in Cream and Lavendor, former price 35c Reduced to 22 Vi cents. Black Silk Velvet. $2.00 quality this week at $1.25 per yard; $1.50 quality this week at $1.00 per yard. Silk Mixed Henriettas, 45-Inch. This Is our...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 March 1901

;- l A. - THE HONOLULU SGXDAV. MARCfttipigatT v xpl R HILLS' AAA k AB i J J i i i NATURAL ADVANTAGES. The Trustees of Oahu College now offer the magnificent residence ground, containing home sites with in very Variety of level and rolling ground, affording Superb Views of both mountain and ocean, with healthful air and a desirable elevation, IMPROVEMENTS. Broad central avenue already macadamized and 56-foot streets graded. Water pipes laid on every block. " ALLEYS. --'V 20-foot alleys to contain water pipes, telephone poles, etc., and afford rear entrance to all lots. An Honest Medicine for La Grippe. It is not so much what tho say, as what neighbor says to neighbor, or friend to friend, that has brought Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dinrrhoca Remedy into such general use. it is as. natural for people to express their gratitude after astag this remedy as it is for water to flow down hill. It is the ono remedy that can always be -whether a baby be sick with cholera Infantum or a m...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 March 1901

r "ST"" w, e"ai c P3 . .,... ,... A. ..T. .-'.-.- I 1 ill I I'IMIIH HI III I I ipiqw MMM t ffaS HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. S - f VOLUME II. KO. 234 . HOXOLTJLU, H- T., TUESDAY, MARCH J2, 1901 PBT3 HEVE" CENTS SEP in m PUfll OUiBTERS Mr. Paris Doesn't Ask ' Very Much for .. .- Kona. TIME WASTED IX SAYING TIM! n "LEGISLATIVE EXPENSES BILL READY AT $45,000 FOR SIGNATURE. County GovernmentBlll Introduced in House H. M. Dow,( Claim Thrown Out Makekau Moves to 'Stop Board of Health Regulating. The the first session In tho now Quanirs ia the upper floor of. the Bungalow yesterday. The improvement received favorable continent on all sides. Considerable shift-Ing of positions wore noted. As the desks are now arranged, the sheep aoV the goats are pretty well separated, eoven Independent Senators one side of the aisle, while six Republicans and Mr. White of the majority fill up the space on the opposite side. The two rooms have been thrown together and now present light and airy quarters, which with...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 March 1901

- I Holland. James G Alien and wife, Mrs. uameis ana maia. juss m. O. ilarsn. Mr. and Mrs. G. w. Brown. H. Y Burns, C. TV. Catton and wife, George Towenly. Daniel Smiley, A. Ji Kaiser, F. R. Davies and wife, W. E. Hampton and wife, J. W. Van Bergen, H. S. Goodfellow and wife. E. D. Page, F J Devlin, H. E. Hull and wife, Mrs.H. A. Bostwick, Mrs. J. Hawes, Mr1. Ste-Tens, Miss M. Dyer, W. Waternouse, Samuel Sussman. R. S. Moore, G. S. Dearbon and family. Miss Stowe, Miss Crooker, C. Kaiser, Prof. Sterling, MJss Griggs, P.Schneider, K. p. Porter, Wm. Corey and wife, Hiram Corey,' Mrs. G. B. Rizford, G. W. Mecer and wife, Mrs. S. D. Mecer, Miss Mecer. Mrs. Voegtley. Miss Voegtley. Mr. J. J., Mrs. Eisenbels, S. T. Berrey, J. H. "Smith, Mrs. W. C. Read, CoL G. Stone, J. D. McKensie, T. M. Ferguson, J. H. Bullock, Miss Ackerman, Mrs. F. L. Miner and daughter. Miss Frances Mc-Tighe, O. "W. Reynolds. James Glenne. M. L. VIrden, P. F. Kohnke, D. Lawrence. A, S. Tribble, airs. Morehouse, A. Hoc...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 March 1901

I Y Wm.G.Irwin&Co LIMITED REFINED SUGAlto. Cube and Granulated. PARAFFBfE PALNT CO.'S- Faints, Compoands and Building Papers. 'PAINT IIS, Lucol Baw and Boiled. Liuseed Baw and Boiled INDURKE, Water-proof cold-water Paint, inside and outside; in white and colore. FERTILIZERS Alex. Cross k Sons' Scotch fertilizers, adapted for cane and coffee. Ohlandt & Co.'a chemhal Fertilizers and llnely ground JJonomeaL STEM PIPE COVERING, Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe Corerinir. FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS. Linen and Jute. SEJLEXT. LIME & BRICKS Agents For WESTEUN SUGAR ' Saj Francisco. Oi BALDWIN LOCOMOT WORKS, Vhtladelph "Fa., U. S. A NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO., (Manf. "National Cano Shredder" w , U.S. A OIILANDT & CO., San FranciBco, Cal KISDONIRON AND LOUOmOTiYE WORKS. San Fran3i3ca.Cal The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd. 'Importers ana Dealers in Hardware, Crockery, and Glassware 2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and Metal aud GlabS Lamps, Lamu Fixtures Paints, Oils and Tarnishes, r., n...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 March 1901

tf -' SJ-Si-7 ... fv -.y FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, UESDAY, MARCH 12, 1901. THE HONOLULU MPUBLICAN.. Published Etctt Morning Except Mos- rsr b ae Kobt. GrlcTe ias Compear. Limited. GDWIN S. GLLli EDITOR TELEPHONES. Sslnes3 Office Main 218 Editorial Rot V: . Malnl I Washington Sureau 'Post Building Entered at the Post OSce at H. T as maiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier 5 .75 One Year, br Mail .' . 8.00 Six Mouiir. by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T- MARCH 12, 1901 Since every man elected to the legislature is pledged to county and municipal government there should be no delay in passing the county tovernment bill Introduced in the House yesterday. The bill has been carafully drawn and under it county governments could soon be organized ovor the Territory. Push It along. The Advertiser says if salaries of Territorial officials wore not as high as they are the offices would have to be illled witn second or third rate men. If some of the appo...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 March 1901

ffspt j i.iu, rawy .r5 B&da&&2 - sgissjssaaa MIHIWL iimijhijuiji i - - i. '' '- r; s riJv' 1 - ' V - - ' . rW iT S sV 1 - - V 4- I THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN; TUESDAY, SEARCH 12, 1901. fTt si : - A i DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH PROFITS WILLBE LOST SIGHT OF. ... . - V- 'i . ,,-' ; 'fi 1901 J)IFFEREST ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROM XSJIEX LOOKING - FOE SOJTETJrrSG GOOD TO BAT. Ve have jast received some fine lines of . ... TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GAME Also a full line of MEATS, FISH, Eta suitable for lunches. Salter AWaity J Tsl. 680. OrpheumBIock. GroGers. ' -a----'- HOTEL STBEET, NEAR FOBT Yon Can Take itatMetf Us (1 ifi id i -- You don't need to buy unless you want to but we know .you will want to when you see the goods and the small prices attached to them. In order to keep business humming- during. March we are making sensational prices on all Men's and Boy's clothing, Hats and Gents' Furnishings. THE HUB CLOTHING HOUSE, Hotel Street, 3iear Fort, v v v 0 v v .. v v v V v v v .S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 March 1901

Woffff"" ic9a5jp v.. -p?i-----&T - -" p, y-, 3 ' , THEHOXOLUl:iiREPIiBLICANTGESDAT.3LARai I 1901. SIX EilLT 1001$ HOW - IK FEDEfiiL COURT SCHOONER ROBERT LEWERS CO. i MOVES FOR NON-SUIT OF WIDOW KEAUOHA. First Case of. Involuntary Bankruptcy in the Federal Court Examination of Mate John Lee of Star of Bengal Continues. Jwige Estee follows the legislature's cue for early hoars. He adjourned tthe United States District Geert yesterday afternoon to 9 o'clock this morning. At that hour he will i.ur nnmrnnnt on motion for non-suit In the case of the widow Kamaka against the company- owning the schooner Robert Lexers. The plaintiff Tested before the close of yesterday's sitting, when defendant moved for a non-suit, rvimmfaetanftr RoMnEon resumed the preliminary examination of John Is, first" mate of the Star of Bengal, for assaulting sailors on the high was. at 4 p. m. The first case of involuntary In die Federal Court here was filed "yesterday. It was against Toralshima, a store keep...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 March 1901

,"il ; r y&CX&OGXrCrQGOOQOC?Q s n rlTTf V fl flu V-l I 3 N'V ft ' ' KID yyyxyyyyyyyyyyyOOCOOCyOWy rtZ T, , E MILdrxli! -KID" A -A Tbc Kiw Sifciitite fir Patent Lcithtr. CLCQflHT &KE5S ....SHOE.... No cracking, no drawing to the feet; very soft, and easily conforming. Hanan's are the only people making these goods. A long-felt want supplied. YlGlnertiy's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS JUST TO HAND. .A HANDSOME LINE OF. fcadies' Knox Felt Hats i New Sailor Hats 4 AK- .New Matinee, Hats . WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING TKB FASHION GOODS By every steamer. You can't go wrong or be out of style when purchasing of us. The M. E:KiUean Co, Ltd- Arlington Block. Hotel Street. PACIFIC IMPOET CO. Progress Block, Fort Street. NEW iila$b Materials GRAND DISPLAY -OF- New SPRING GOODS We offer in our presentation-for 1901 the most sumptuous array of high-class novelties It has ever been our pleasure to exhibit a display possessing the charm and poetry of matchless elegance, while strikingly portra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 March 1901

SQU1E IN M ftL QUARTERS (Continued from First Page.) The County of Oahu; composed of lhc. Islands of Oahu and the Islands IfrteR within within the three mile limit. Tho County Maul; including Maul and Lanal, and the islands adjacent - The County of Hllo; which includes the districts of Hilo, Puna aatf Kau. v Tho County o. Kamehameha; made The Count" of Kamehameha; made xnd Kohala. Ikisiuos the County bill there was one. other Interesting feature daring the session. This came about -when tho revised report of the Finance Committee on the matter of the claim of II. M. Dow, who insists that a kept his books In the Police De iwtn'nt fo badlv that he overpaid th treasurer in tho sum of 5440 during February. 1S99. The flm report of the clnim was treated with consideration by the House but during the investigations of tho matter by Mr. Dickey, the mem her ran across two other errors is Dovr's accounts which set the thinking. Hlhlo. who In life Is a preacher, did not ap prove of the claim I...

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